Very curious specimen of fluorite crystals which combine faces of the tetrahedron, truncated by the dodecahedron and the cube at the vertices and edges. It is interesting to note that the faces of the octahedron are not transparent, but the other ones are totally transparent showing the crystal core. Color is pink to toasted honey. To give an added touch of aesthetics we enjoy a “plastic” shape aggregate of galena and some pyrite. A specimen remarkable in many ways.